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Indonesian language

Learning a second language is a valuable process for students.

Indonesian is taught throughout the Fleurieu Peninsula including here at Victor Harbor R–7 School,

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Special Events

  • Happy Healthy Victor Harbor

    Happy Healthy Victor Harbor

    Fun health and fitness circuit linked with existing walking trails to enhance community well being

    Total funding requested

      $30,000 00

    How will...

  • Official Building Opening

    Friday 19th May saw the official opening of our new Middle School Building

    We were lucky enough to have His Excellency the Honourable Heiu Van Le AC (Governor of South Australia) here to unveil our plaque, & officially open the building

    His Excellency was one of many guests...

  • Visiting Author Yvette Poshoglian

    Does anyone know the most famous book written and illustrated by May Gibbs? Snugglepot and Cuddlepie, of course! Since it was published in 1918, Snugglepot and Cuddlepie has never been out of print, which just goes to show how much people love the characters

    The May Gibbs Children's Literature Trust supports the work of people who write and illustrate...

  • Victor Harbor R-7 30th Celebration

    On Friday 6th of May a special assembly was held to celebrate the school being at its current site for 30 years

    The school moved from the site at Woolworths to the Parkway in 1986 This occurred in stages as was mentioned by the Principal Brenton Robins in a speech he made to the students at the assembly He was joined in this speech by Noel Young who...

  • Police Education Visit

    We have been fortunate to have 3 police officers from the Mt Barker Crime Prevention Unit visit over the last two weeks to talk to students about keeping safe, cycling and skating, bullying and violence

    Sergeant Edwards, Senior Constable Bruce and Senior Constable Windle worked with every class in the school and shared the same message across all year levels to ensure consistency in the message delivered...

  • Collage with Guest Illustrator 2015

    A fantastic and educational artwork has been created at our School For a week in early September, Literary Illustrator Liz Anelli worked with school staff to engage students in creative activities Liz is visiting South Australia after being awarded a Fellowship by the May Gibbs Children’s literature Trust Our school has a long history with the Trust and promoting connections with literary authors and illustrators...

  • Science Week 2015

    Week five of term three was National Science Week At VHR7 School one of the activities organised to celebrate this week was an expo of experiments and demonstrations by the students in years 5 and 5/6 The students were set the task of researching and choosing an experiment to demonstrate and explain to their peers The three classes met in the gym on Monday and spent the morning both conducting their own experiments and watching those performed by the other...

  • National Simultaneous Story Time 2015

    National Simultaneous Story time is an important annual campaign that aims to encourage more young Australians to read and enjoy books Now in its 15th successful year; it is a colourful, vibrant and fun event that aims to promote the value of reading and literacy using an Australian children's book that explores age appropriate themes and addresses key learning areas of the National Curriculum for Grades 1 to 6 This year our school, along with hundreds of other schools, libraries...

  • Goolwa Come Out 2015

    On Friday the 22nd of May our whole school attended a special Come Out event called ‘A Bridge Across Time’  More than 2000 Students from Seven Fleurieu schools attended the event that celebrated the opening of the Come Out Festival for 2015

    We enjoyed hearing local musicians, a combined adult choir, watching a local indigenous dance group, and sharing lunch together on the Goolwa Football Oval

    Part of the celebration included dressing in...